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  • Abandoned City and the First Views of the TajAt last, what I have been looking forward to the most for a long while: The Taj Mahal. But I'm getting ahead of myself, because we actually had a really interesting day. We left the wonderful hotel in Bharatpur in the Posted by EvaMariaTravels in India Unplugged | Sep 25, 2015
  • Birds are not really meYet another long bustrip by local bus, this time to Bharatpur, a city which is essentially only interesting if you are into birds, which I am not. But looking on the bright side, the hotel was beautiful and had a Posted by EvaMariaTravels in India Unplugged | Sep 24, 2015
  • Forts and PalacesToday we got to see some of the historical sites in Jaipur. We started off at the observatory, where both astronomical and astrological observations were made. The instruments for measuring various things were very big, and considering the time they Posted by EvaMariaTravels in India Unplugged | Sep 23, 2015
  • Bollywood ain't so badWe left Pushkar fairly early this morning and drove to Ajmer, where we got back onto a local bus to Jaipur, the capital of Rajasthan. "Local bus" means that it is a grubby old bus, without aircon and more people in Posted by EvaMariaTravels in India Unplugged | Sep 22, 2015
  • Sunset, but no SunriseToday was our only full day in Pushkar. We arrived yesterday just after lunch and had the rest of the day to ourselves – I spend most of the day at the tiny hotel pool and had a nap in Posted by EvaMariaTravels in India Unplugged | Sep 21, 2015
  • Plenty of PalacesFirst full day in Udaipur. The weather is not sunny, but it is really nice that it is not baking hot. In the morning some of the other in the group went for a cooking course, but I was not Posted by EvaMariaTravels in India Unplugged | Sep 18, 2015
  • They Drive Like CrazyYet another early morning start, this time so we could catch the public bus from Jodhpur to Udaipur – it was not delayed, but it was a very bumpy ride. As I have mentioned before traffic rules here are a bit Posted by EvaMariaTravels in India Unplugged | Sep 17, 2015
  • Pottery, turbans and opiumWe arrived to Jodhpur around noon after having taken the morning train from Jaisalmer. We got up at 04.45 so we could catch the 6'o’clock train – which turned out to be an hour delayed (Jodhpur was the first station) Posted by EvaMariaTravels in India Unplugged | Sep 15, 2015
  • Sunset at Slightly Bizare LocationThe wonder of a European/Continental breakfast: for me breakfast is always the hardest to get used to in foreign lands (if I can at all) I love my yoghurt with oatmeal/muesli/etc, whole grain bread with butter/cheese/cold cuts, egg dishes, etc. Posted by EvaMariaTravels in India Unplugged | Sep 14, 2015
  • Small Accident on Big FortOoh, the joy of a good night's sleep – we have aircon where we are staying now. Today we saw the Mehrangarh Fort, a beautiful fort build around 1460 atop a cliff so you can see it from the entire Posted by EvaMariaTravels in India Unplugged | Sep 16, 2015
  • Havelis around JaisalmerAfter a shower washing off all the dust from the desert we went on a walking-tour of Jaisalmer. The City is known for its stone carving, which they do everywhere in need of a little more decoration. Many of the Posted by EvaMariaTravels in India Unplugged | Sep 13, 2015
  • Camels along the Milky WayYesterday we arrived in Jaisalmer around lunchtime. Jaisalmer is in the middle of the Thar-desert, so it is very hot and dry. We transferred to a hotel where we repacked our bags so we could just bring our day-packs into Posted by EvaMariaTravels in India Unplugged | Sep 12, 2015
  • Back Alleys and Head-coveringsThe hard-core touring has now begun. We started by walking a bit around old Delhi, and later visited the Jama Masjid Mosque. The mosque looked like, well, a mosque. The challenge was that you have to take of your shoes, Posted by EvaMariaTravels in India Unplugged | Sep 11, 2015
  • Ladies Only Metro and meeting the groupOn Friday I joined the with which I’ll be traveling for the next 37 days. The group-meeting was at 6 in the evening, so I spend the day relocating from Smyle Inn to Hotel Perfect in Karol Bagh. My moved Posted by EvaMariaTravels in India Unplugged | Sep 10, 2015
  • Delhi in a Day - Well not entirelyWakey-wakey - or maybe not - I had to get up at 8.30 to go on a tour around Delhi leaving the hostel at 9.30. Taking into account that I went to bed around 23 I didn't get up early, Posted by EvaMariaTravels in India Unplugged | Sep 9, 2015
  • First the airport, then the mechanicI arrived at Indira Gandhi Airport at 04.20 in the morning - a horrible time to arrive at as I left Copenhagen at noon, flew 3 hours to Istanbul, waited there for 4 hours and then flew the remaining 5,5 Posted by EvaMariaTravels in India Unplugged | Sep 8, 2015
  • Sikkim and GorkhalandWe’re only two months into our trip and I’m starting to fall into old patterns regarding the travel blog: We’ve already left India more than three weeks ago and I still owe you some words on the last couple of Posted by MyriandKodi in Myri and Kodi | Jul 11, 2017
  • Monday. Our First Official Day of Volunteering7/11/17 I love to give not because I have much, but because I know how it feels to have nothing. -Author Unknown. When we talk about giving, is it best to give money, material possessions, service, love or a combination? Do we Posted by venisha in My Childfree Life | Jul 10, 2017
  • OrientationHow wonderful it is that nobody wait a single moment before starting to improve the world. ~Anne Frank Sunday, July 9, 2017, is the day a group of five women (Devra, Linda, Lisa, Greta, and Venisha) from various parts of the Posted by venisha in My Childfree Life | Jul 9, 2017
  • Day 1: Arriving in IndaiIndia is like nothing I have experienced. Stephen met me at the airport outside the gate. Meaning I had to walk outside like I was looking for a taxi. He was hidden in a mass of people holding an 8x11 Posted by venisha in My Childfree Life | Jul 9, 2017
  • Welcome to RajasthanIf you are planning to escape the city life and drink plenty of fresh air, there is no better place to visit Rajasthan State. The uniqueness of Rajasthan as a tourist destination stems from the fact that, unlike most tourist Posted by memorableindia in Welcome to Rajasthan | Jul 8, 2017
  • SPOT UV BUSINESS CARDSPrinting techniques are large in numbers. The most popular printing techniques is spot UV printing. Technically, it is not a printing technique but a coating technique for printed materials. Spot UV printing is not very complex. UV coating can be Posted by printwalaseo in PRINTWALA | Jul 6, 2017
  • The inevitable finally happened..... As much as you may try, preventing getting ill in India is near enough impossible. After several attempts to avoid the dodgiest food, on my penultimate day I was eventually struck down with Posted by kmmk17 in Kevin's Travels | Jan 23, 2016
  • The home of Sikhism After spending three nights in Delhi, I took an early train leaving at 7am from Delhi up to Amritsar. Although this journey could have been done much quicker by plane I decided that it wou Posted by kmmk17 in Kevin's Travels | Jan 21, 2016
  • "Cows have owners and go home when they're hungry" One of my main inspirations to go to India altogether was to visit the Taj Mahal. And having been my dream for a whole seven months, today was the day I would finally make it to one Posted by kmmk17 in Kevin's Travels | Jan 20, 2016
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